Phone: 1-250-423-2695 (BOWL)

Location: 931 7th Avenue, Fernie (opposite the arena on Highway #3)
Address: PO Box 682, 931 7th Avenue, Fernie, B.C. V0B 1M5
Email: currybowlferniebc@gmail.com

Directions: Just off the highway, The Curry Bowl is easy to get to. If you are traveling west, turn right on 9th Street (you’ll see the Stop ‘n Shop on the corner), turn right again onto 7th Ave. The Curry Bowl is just a few houses in on the left. If you are traveling east along the highway, turn left at 9th Street (just after you’ve passed the Park Place Lodge), and turn right onto 7th Ave.


Hours: 11am - 10pm, seven days a week
Lunch menu 11am to 5 pm and dinner from 5pm to 10pm.

At times we are fortunate to experience high levels of demand and so do not accept reservations. Reservations are best suited to large and or expensive restaurants and we are neither. Our aim is to please many rather than a select few. The dining room has thirty four seats and the patio twenty seats and during busy times a waiting list is operated. The objective being to use our limited resources as efficiently as possible and provide accurate times for waiting for a table.


Featured in Anne Hardy’s national restaurant guide, Where to Eat in Canada and consistently chosen as one of the Best Buys entries. Main meals range between
$15 to $17.

The Curry Bowl restaurant is named after arguable the best powder bowl at Fernie Alpine Resort the ‘Currie Bowl’. Check out the Currie Bowl sign at the top of White Pass quad and spot the link to the restaurant. Ski or ride ‘Currie Powder’ to experience this great mountain and after a day’s skiing drop into the Curry Bowl in town and reward your tired body.

Besides winter bringing great skiing and snowboarding, summer brings mountain biking, golfing, hiking and fishing. July and August are as busy as winter and a great time to enjoy the latest addition to the Curry Bowl an outside patio built above the kitchen in 2008. The twenty seat patio gives 360 degree views of the Elk Valley, so kick back and enjoy stellar views while sipping a cold stella.